Buzsaky enjoying England
By Tom Adams. Last Updated: January 1, 1970 1:00am
Plymouth's new loan signing Akos Buzsaky has spoken enthusiastically of his time so far at Home Park.
The 22-year-old has arrived on loan from European champions Porto until the end of the season, and made his debut in The Championship last Saturday after impressing in a reserve clash against Torquay.
"I was invited for a trial by Plymouth and having arrived on the following day I was training with the team and on Tuesday I played against a team from the Third Division," Buzsaky told Nemzeti Sport.
"I scored a goal and had an assist so the manager Bobby Williamson told me he needed me if I could agree with the officials.
"The agreement was done, FC Porto sent my papers to England on Friday, and on Saturday I made my debut against Preston.
"I hit the post in the game but it was useless because we got two goals after two defensive faults."
Williamson (pictured) has been impressed with the youngster so far, although if Buzsaky continues to make an impact he may find a host of sides interested in picking up the Hungarian at the end of the season.
The player himself has admitted that Plymouth is effectively a shop window for him, and also outlined his hopes of achieving international recognition whilst at The Pilgrims.
"Plymouth have the option to buy me when my loan contract expires, so this half-year is very important for me.
"I like the atmosphere of English football very much, but the best thing would be if FC Porto expected me to go back to Portugal in the summer and if I could choose from English offers too at the end of the season.
"What's more, if I play well in England then I may get a call-up to the national team of Hungary more easily and my dream is to play there."